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Training and professional development events are available throughout the US and Canada.
Our updated student workbooks and teacher’s guides give you the latest resources and strategies that make it even easier to teach handwriting.
With these new tools, you’ll have everything you need to help children master handwriting, build confidence, and write automatically—without thinking about how to form their letters.
A Click Away is a special section of our website with resources for teacher’s guide users, including teaching guidelines for Handwriting All Year, Home Links, Video Lessons, and ELL strategies.
Help us make history on National Handwriting Day 2013 by joining us again for Mail to the Chief.
Wet-Dry-Try for Capital Letters & Numbers is an app version of the popular Handwriting Without Tears® Slate Chalkboard activity. The app helps build and reinforce good handwriting habits for capitals and numbers. Compatible with Apple iPad® devices and Android devices with a 7″ screen or larger.
Take the mystery out of math with the Numbers & Math Pre-K Teacher's Guide. Containing more than 60 lessons and 150 activities, this guide teaches counting, geometry and pattern concepts, measurement and time, math vocabulary, and problem solving.
Introduce your Pre-K children to the joys of language with the Language & Literacy Pre-K Teacher's Guide. Multisensory strategies make lessons memorable and provide real-life context for ease of learning. Contains more than 60 lessons and 150 activities.
Preview activity booklets for hands-on tools from our Language & Literacy and Numbers & Math programs. Each booklet is packed with engaging activities and teaching strategies.
Find Training and Professional Development opportunities throughout the US and Canada.
The Irish Times, October 15, 2013
KSEE 24, September 17, 2013
NBC Nightly News, September 8, 2013
WTAE 4 (Pittsburgh), August 22, 2013
azfamily.com, August 12, 2013
KTLA 5 (Los Angeles), August 8, 2013
LiveScience.com, June 28, 2013
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